Team Group TFORCE Vulcan Z SATA SSD

This month, Team Group unveiled a new SATA SSD in the form of TFORCE Vulcan Z, designed to deliver a faster and smoother gaming experience and perfect for those upgrading their PC storage from an old hard drive to a faster SSD. Team Group equipped the TFORCE Vulcan Z SSD with carefully selected 3D TLC flash memory chips, delivering smooth read speeds of up to 550MB/s and write speeds of up to 500MB/s.

The SSD is available in capacities ranging from 240GB to a massive 2TB. Unfortunately, there is no information on pricing or worldwide availability yet, but as soon as information becomes available, we will, as always, keep you updated. The drive also supports SMART SSD monitoring and Windows TRIM to optimize performance and ensure SSD performance.

  • 3D NAND is the best upgrade option for gaming
  • Improved performance for smooth cutscenes
  • Intelligent optimization for reliable performance
  • Shock, vibration and noise reduction


“Transfer performance is four times faster than traditional hard drives, giving users a whole new gaming experience. VULCAN Z SSD has a builtin automatic error correction (ECC) function that greatly improves the accuracy of game data storage. It also fully supports Windows TRIM optimization commands and uses SMART health monitoring technology. Together, these features help optimize SSD read and write conditions and extend SSD life so gamers can store their valuable gaming data safely and securely.”

“The VULCAN Z SATA SSD has capacities ranging from 240GB to 2TB, giving consumers plenty of expansion options. As well as being a gamer’s companion on the virtual battlefield, the SSD features a lowprofile matte black design with the distinctive TFORCE logo on the top, perfect for gamers looking for a stylish PC in black. TEAMGROUP’s TFORCE VULCAN Z SSD will be available globally in midMay 2022, so gamers looking to upgrade their storage solutions will be sure to stay up to date with the latest news on the TEAMGROUP official website and local channels.”

Source: Group Team

Filed Under: Hardware, Breaking News

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